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in california caught by red light cameras. new state laws make it easier for drivers to fight the tickets, some as high as $500. a computer glitch sent a san jose woman five red light tickets though the license plate was a digit off from her own vehicle. >> the license plate number was one letter different. >> technology can fail, and does. >> the new california law makes it easier to fight tickets. it requires the cameras to be placed in locations for safety reasons and prohibits their use solely for revenue. how do you know? it also requires the posting of signs that say tickets are nearby and those signs require an innocent ticket recipient to identify the actual driver who committed the offense. >>> a crime wave in colorado is getting a lot of attention, but so far few arrests. it's horsehair theft. thieves are cutting the tails and manes of horses and using the hair to make jewelry, bring bridals and horsehair extensions. >> owned by an older lady, came the next morning and found his tail cut off and his mane chopped up. this horse's tail was very thick, clear to the ground. so it was a ni
accelerated, crashed into the tree and that their officers kept in standard law enforcement procedure. >> that's smk we will probably disagree on. >> reporter: ironically, investigators say they rescued richardson and now it's richardson suing the department. in chevy chase, i'm shomari stone, news 4. >> there are new details about the man who's been charged with hitting a pedestrian while he was drunk. the 22-year-old was arrested after a clash early on saturday morning. the victim remains in a coma. the man lived in richmond. tonight, we've learned that wills has been charged or cited in at least four other incidents on area roads back in march ranging from speeding to reckless driving. >> watch as a man beat up a teenager in montgomery county. this video helped pros cue tors go after one member of the group and get a conviction from a jury today. 22-year-old tayshawn powell is awaiting charges for assault and robbery. it became a key piece of evidence. but, also, a source of dus put. >> the video shows clearly that this defendant, mr. powell, was the assailanassailant, the mainn this case.
the city and city cops have essentially been handcuffed in their efforts to enforce dwi laws for the last year and a half because they have been ordered not to use the machine. >> we start today, yes. we start today. >> reporter: they stopped a year and a half ago. stopped using the breathalyzers found to be incorrectly calibrated inflating readings by 20%. >> people were going to jail on faulty scores. >> reporter: and you were ordered not to talk about that? >> i was told i should not discuss that at all on the stand. >> reporter: he's one of three officers who sued the city claiming they face retribution for telling the truth about the machine. more than two dozen defendants sued too. >> some clients actually lost jobs as a result of this. and some had security clearances. some had as a result of the time off they had to take from work because of the jail they lost their job. >> reporter: cost the city more than 1 hundrd $130,000 in legal payouts. >> it was avoidable. >> reporter: it certainly was avoidable. >> and a lot of things could have been done differently that could have insure
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